With the arrival of today’s TERA update, Skywatch: New Heights, players will be able to experience a ton of new content as well as rise to a new level cap of 70. Players will find a number of heavily reworked systems in the game that change how players access dungeons. Additionally, the new Skill Advancement and Gear Fusion features have been added to provide players with more customization options than ever before.
En Masse Entertainment has announced that console players on XBox One and PlayStation 4 can now enter the game to check out TERA Reloaded. “TERA: Reloaded is one of the biggest updates yet with reworked systems, a new race/class combination and much more,” reads the press announcement. Anchoring today’s update is the Elin Gunner who ready to bring high-octane firepower to any party.
On April 2nd, TERA console players will enjoy the “Reloaded” version of the game, one of the biggest updates ever. It comes with reworked systems, the Elin Gunner. In addition, players will be able to check out the new Enchanting System, the daily Guardian Legion Missions, new endgame dungeons and a more robust endgame gear system.
If you’ve a hankering for chicken dinner and a bunch of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds crossover goodies, then it’s high time you headed into TERA. Starting today, PC and console you can log into TERA to hunt down supply drops for event rewards including Battle Points that can be traded for themed goodies.. In addition, spending an hour a day in TERA and duking it out with open world bosses or completing dungeons will also yield Battle Points.
If you’ve been dying to see a TERA x PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds crossover event, have we got great news for you! Your dream will come true on March 5th when a special event kicks off that will reward players with PUBG-themed cosmetics, consumables, daily login rewards, a dungeon event and PUBG-themed store bundles. Players will even find PUBG-styled BAMs to take on throughout the game world. The in-game collaboration will launch simultaneously for PC, PS4 and XB1.
On February 12th, TERA EU will be launching a Classic Server in celebration of the game’s sixth anniversary. Players will be able to (re)explore “long-closed instances” like the Crucible of Flame, the Temple of Temerity and the Sirjuka Gallery. End game dungeons will reopen such as Rift’s Edge, Balder’s Temple and Fane of Kaprima. The server will also include 120 player invasions “in the revived Nexus events” and 20-player Traverse Sovereign raids as well.
TERA’s PlayStation 4 and XBox One players have the opportunity to peer into the future thanks to the addition of a new 4-month roadmap to provide a peek at what’s in store between now and April. Players can look forward to a new 40-player raid, the Manglemire dungeon, the Elin Gunner and a major update that includes tons of new content.
When the Shore Hold update goes live for TERA PC on January 15th, players will have a ton of new content to explore and experience. Most notably, PvP players will find the new Shore Hold battleground that is designed for two teams of 7. In addition, new PvP gear will be added that comes with some pretty sweet weapon bonuses. Last, but not least, PvE players will find the new Training Ground solo instance where players can test out new skills or builds to become the dynamo they are meant to be!
En Masse Entertainment has published a peek at what TERA players can expect after the year turns. Starting in January, there are big things in store for PvP and Battlegrounds with “a big focus on class, skill and PvP balancing”. While February will be quiet, March will see a level cap increase, new quests and a new open world boss system.